John Goodman at the National Center for Policy Analysis writes:
Search the world’s ethical codes and you will have a hard time finding any that are consistent with a health reform  that:
- Gives people in health insurance exchanges up to 10 times as much federal subsidy as people at the same income level getting insurance at work.
- Forces young people to pay two or three times the real cost of their insurance in order to subsidize older people who have more income and more assets.
- Takes from low-income seniors in order to provide subsidized health insurance for non-seniors who have higher incomes.
- Takes from people who use tanning salons and people who need crutches and wheelchairs and pacemakers and gives to … well …. who knows?
Read the whole post: Is There a Moral Case for ObamaCare? | John Goodman’s Health Policy Blog | NCPA.org.